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in his pillow. if i hadn't watched miss thing put her suave on bernstein earlier. this is jeff's room. i didn't touch anything. left everything just the way it was the morning he left for school. okay. you know, pete, i am going to take you up on that coffee now. sure. okay. delko: make it two, if you don't mind. you got it. thanks. caine: "3-in-one oil." used to use that to make boat models. now i use it to clean my gun. what do we have here? "four twenty boyz." time to get high, i bet. how do you know that? my brother worked narcotics undercover. so, jeff... where is it? our friend jeff is a stoner. his father lied. you see, kids make excellent criminals. they're sneaky. here's how it might've gone. jeff sits up here at night, in the dark, without his dad being any the wiser. this is gunshot residue. and it's possible... jeff... was doing more... than smoking out this window. ( gunshots ) wow, someone definitely used this tree for target practice. not all the bullet holes are fresh, either. calleigh, how many different weapons do you think have been used here? well, i see nines, .22s,
>> jeff: tonight missed si information new questions about whether the u.s. failed to track the boston bombing suspects. don dahler has the latest. rising rivers in the heartland. terrell brown says flooding is affecting parts of ten states tonight. in bangladesh following a factory collapse that killed hundreds, the owner is arrested trying to leave the country. kelly cobiella reports. and magalie laguerre-wilkinson tells us how an unconventional program is saving the lives of family pets. >> it was a relief for us that we were able to get some help for our dog. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. two weeks ago tomorrow two bombs shattered a scenic celebration at the boston marathon. the investigation lead to two suspects. one to you dead, the other in jail. but it's also leading to more questions about the suspects, their family, and how much was known beforehand. we begin with don dahler in boston. >> reporter: the parents of the marathon bombing suspects remain in russia. their father aznor tsarnaev
>> jeff: tonight new images from the final moments of the boston manhunt. police moving in while tonight prosecutors move forward. we have a team 6 correspondent following the case. warnings of possible flight delays. michelle miller tells us the sequester has forced cultbacks in air-traffic controller's workdays. a terminally ill mother admits she is breaking the law but says it is the only way as she speaks out in favor of changing medical marijuana laws. >> nobody should have to lose any part of their life to their illness. they should fight every second. >> jeff: an marathon runners in london paying tribute to boston, kelly cobiella is at the finish line. >> this is the "cbs evening news". >> jeff: good evening, everyone. i'm jeff glor. nearly a week after the boston marathon bombings we are getting a better picture tonight of the final confrontation and of the investigation's course. here is the latest. suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev is now listed in critical but stable condition, unable to speak. 53 bombing victims remain in the hospital, including four people critically injured
jefferson clinton was taken. but prezbilly jeff was available. >> just spent amazing time with colbert. is he sane? he is cool. >> stephen: folks, this is one of those moments we will look back on and say, "that altered the course of human history." like man discovering fire, the voyage of columbus or the unknown genius who saw a taco and thought, "what if this was choco?" ( cheers and applause ). and, folks, since that historic first tweet, the number of at prezbilly jeff's tweets has rocketed to still just that one tweet. i mean, come on! what is up? come on, p.b.j., you have to capitalize on the tweet-mentum. if you don't use it, you'll lose it. just like the, you know, you're so full of it. it's gray. it's whatever. head meat. you know what? i'm just going to remind him to tweet by tweeting him on twitter. okay. here we go. at prezbilly jeff. missed you sunday at my game of thrones party. also, why no tweets? hash tag: dragons are real. ( cheers and applause ). now, i'll check back later tonight to see if he's responded. oh, he's already tweeted me back. let's see. sorry i couldn't
information on this project >> again evening i'm jeff and this is my wife. we're the sponsors of the project. in 2008 i attended neighborhood meetings and planning commissioner hearings from a meeting. at both the neighborhood hearing i heard what the neighborhood concerns were. when lying my wife were able to purchase the property we deliberately included many of the neighbors concerns and issues when designing our project. we have had several meetings with the neighbors. most of our neighbors like the chances. we've made several concessions and in order to be good neighbors and have a viable project. my wife and you are employees and we've worked very hard to grow our business over the last thirty years. we need this space to continue our growth. please uphold the planning commissions decision this is a great project that will comfortable the aesthetics to the neighborhood. i want to say we're not developers we're just a couple that have worked hard over the last 31 years. we've raised our children here and we decided we wanted to move into the three neighborhood and continue our work. we
, the money, is missing. abc's senior washington correspondent jeff zeleny. >> reporter: felicia higgins lost everything in katrina seven years ago. but, she built her home using federal money from the road home program. she still starts every day looking out at this. >> it hits you in the face every time you walk out the front door. >> reporter: abc news has learned that hundreds of millions from that program is missing. and was never used to restore her neighborhood and others across new orleans. after katrina taxpayers paid one billion for homeowners to fortify their houses against future floods. but a new government investigation finds more than 24,000 homeowners who received as much as $30,000 each to elevate their homes, reinforce foundations and even insulate windows, either pocketed the money or used it for something else. david montoya is the inspector general at the department of housing and urban development. he tells abc news the "road home elevation program" was a failure. his grade? a low "d." >> this is $700 million of taxpayer money? >> it is taxpayer money. it's what you and
in the neighborhood for about 10 years i've known jeff and his wife for about 5. i wasn't for or against this project but i went to most of the hearings but i've been very impressed with they're out reach and their comprise and their desire to work with the neighborhood. those people have done a real good job. there was opposition at the last hearing that i was at but there was just as much in favor of it and there was a lot more on both sides of that. the other thing as a businessman in the neighborhood and just a person who enjoys looking at beautiful things in the neighborhood. it's a world-class neighborhood. i don't know if we can get a picture of it. the property now doesn't even have running water. and what the sponsors are proposing is a structure that's a world-class promise. it's amazing that people are trying to stop something like this in the neighborhood. so nike wasn't clear i'm in favor of the project >> thank you. next speaker >> good evening i'm christopher's. i live in the neighborhood and i've known those people for 15 years. they work 7 days a week and this project they've liste
named jeff bowman. jeff bowman is 27 years ago old. last monday jeff traveled down to boston so he could watch his girlfriend erin run in the boston marathon. a little before 3:00 p.m., jeff made his way to the finish line on boylston street to watch erin finish the race and then, of course, all hell broke loose. jeff bowman was right there. the bomb had been essentially placed right at his feet. just moments after the explosion, an a.p. photographer captured an image of jeff that's really graphic but turned out to be one of the most iconic images of that day, we have blurred the image a bit, but suffice to say, the image clearly shows jeff lost both of his legs in the blast. after being rushed to the hospital to undergo emergency surgery to save his life, jeff had a request when he finally woke up still under sedation from all the medication from the surgery. this is what his brother told bloomberg news, he woke up under so much drugs, he asked for a paper and pen and he wrote bag, saw the guy, looked right at me. from his hospital bed, first thing, still groggy and sedated having lost
won this year. some of the streaks and how long it's been for guys, you see jeff burton, virginia native, mark martin, certainly in that mix. we talked about montoya and jamie mcmurray, who is currently second, part of that chip ganassi racing. already tonight we have seen mini-streaks stopped. kyle busch three straight wins. >> don't you love how the complexion of the things changed. at first it looked like a joe gibbs racing night and now they are nowhere to be found. >> let's listen in on jeff burton and some radio chatter. >> it's what you're made of here, jeff. you can do it, buddy. you can do it. >> richard childress chatting. >> that's a guy that knows how to get things done. they have won races. but the challenge is great, chris. i don't see it happening. i don't see how that front row can hold off the guys charging on him. even just getting a start with used tires will be a challenge. they will be three and four wide down into one. >> i will give michael waltrip a decaf for this. >> jeff burton finished second six times since his last win. that was charlotte, october 2008
. the department. protesting the issuance of january 13th to jeff to erect a building a commercial residential believe with 3 thousand 4 hundred and 3 square feet of ground floor area. and we will cabin with the appellant. >> you have 7 minutes. >> frankly i didn't plan to speak for 7 minutes. i sent everyone a letter i don't know if you folks read the letters i'm sure you get leave letters. we've been in a number of neighborhood meetings i have about 10 e-mails from today. i was in china too dies ago myself we're all tired of protesting this he development. there were a few outside an hour and a half they left. you have a couple of letters from us. i was a real estate developer a few years ago. >> too. years here i think. >> i own a real estate company for what it's worth. i own a fruit pirate company now. so we're neighbors. we've tried to talk with the developer and his architect and we've tried to ask i am for one ail the documents talk about a one-story building it's actually a four story building. it was explained to me under the business code it's a retail floor so there is a 4 st
of the survival that is the larger water system program. here with me today is jeff who is the director of the project. heel briefly describe some of the features of the proposed project. i'll follow-up with any public comment. jeff will have his power point up and ready in a second. >> good afternoon commissioners i've jeff i'm the project manager for the proposed ground water project i work in the san francisco water resources division. i'd like to provided you with an overview today >> today most of the san francisco drinks a blend of surface water from our local reservoirs. we currently don't use a local or san francisco source of drinking water and while it's pumped it's used for non-potential water not for drinking at the zoo. i want to take a moment to talk about the water system improvement program because the san francisco grounded water project is part of the program it's approved by san francisco voters in november 2002 and the san francisco planning depth certified the program. it has a water supply strategy and it has a limitation on the surface water we can get from our
>>> replying serving life in prison for sexually >>> warren jeffs is serving life in prison for sexually assaulting children but still issuing orders. amy robach reports. >> reporter: images are unforgettable. women and children herded on to buses during the raid on zion ranch in texas. the charge against warren jeffs. after a trial the man who married over 80 women was sentence to prison for the sexual assault of two girls ages 12 and 15. though he is serving a life sentence, 8,000 people in this town still call him their prophet, and they're wary of outsiders. >> not any of you guys' beeswax. >> reporter: from behind prison walls, jeff continues to issue edepicts. >> can't have toys. couldn't ride bikes either. >> no sex between husband and wife. >> reporter: according to former members, jeff's designated 15 men to father all the children in the community. >> if a woman wants to have a baby or whatever, she has to do it with one of those 15 men. >> reporter: this week, former member edwin chatman showed us how jeffs is celebrating families. >> this house is full of young m
and look forward to this panel and their with wisdom. >> thank you, jeff. the reform and commercial bail system is one of the hottest topics. the institute of policies has called the bail system a failed policy that leads to excessive incarceration and mostly of pretrial detainees who cannot afford to buy their freedom. time and time again commercial bail has proven itself to most effective with those released on assurity bonds with 60 percent less likely to become fugitives. let me introduce the panel, der a dwight is with the association, she owns carson bail bonds and in the industry for 4 decades and former mistake mayor of carson california and helen for the juvenile and criminal justice system and currently on the and ralph on the commission of san francisco and works closely with the sheriff's department which now leads the program for violent offenders. >> san francisco, he has over 3 decades of experience in law enforcement including his former role as chief of police in san francisco. he's been a critic of current models in the criminal justice system that rely too heavily on
is not helping to ease the fire danger. temperatures pushed up towards 90 degrees. chiefç meteorologist jeff ranii has more on that. jeff? >> that's right, janelle. we're in one of the driest years on record. as we heard from that firefighter, it's going to get worse as we head through the next three to four months. gilroy, 96. san ramon, 94. sunnyvale, 93. we do have these winds turning slightly out of the north in the north bay and east bay. that's a very dry wind base. humidity at 15 to 30%. it's going to get gustier over the next 48 hours and because of that, a red flag warning has been issued for the northeast and also the south bay hills and it's primarily impacting people above 1,000 feet. that is where the fire danger will remain the highest. no significant rainfall since april the 4th. we haven't had any major fire seasons in the last four to five years considering fires that have started. it's going to be of upmost importance to watch those conditions very closely if you live in the hills. more coming up in the forecast where winds could top 50 miles per hour tomorrow in just a few
volleyball player gabrielle reece. she's got a fabulous book about >> literally my heart was like -- jeff: behind the cover. >> he was still and rinled jeff: of undercover boss. >> very humbling experience jeff: reeling it in. >> with the cast of deadliest catch. >> you can get killed jeff: inside the reality show that's got everybody hooked. >> you've got to be a man in his job. [captioned by national captioning institute] [cbs television distribution] jeff: a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on the show. and i'm learning to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting the talk show because there's a lot to talk out. jeff: welcome to the show. have a seat. thank you very much. today i love this show. we have an executive who went incog nito for the show undercover boss, the show where the bosses go in and we'll hear about his covert operation and find out what he discovered when he was walking in his employee's' shoes. and we'll meet three of the stars. the show has been on forever. the reality show deadliest catch. and we'll hear about -- i've
want to bring in now former counterterrorism expert jeff bead dee and don borelli. thank you for taking the time. jeff, you're here with me. you hear drew talking about this video, why they chose to put this and only this. what is your take on that? they have an incredible amount of video out there. they only wanted us to see this. >> i think they want to keep it simple. it's going to get the job done for them. >> we're hearing that they are getting a lot of calls. >> very you can saysful. even from this i had have ohio, you can infer some great things. you can see that there was no city plan in their hand. there was no gps in their hand. what does that tell us? they were very dleliberately ona route. they knew where they were going. clearly they had rehearsed that. a lot of inference could still be drawn by that. i think the fbi wants to keep it simple and he think it's proving good results for them. >> don, let me ask you about that point that jeff raises. they knew what they were doing. they had done dry runs. it would seem you would assume there's going to be video footage, if not c
medalist ryan lochte. >> and a hot new artist. when we kick off jeff: from "the office" angela kinsey. >> i auditioned for the role of pam. they said come back as the accountant no one likes. jeff: elizabeth perkins. >> you can't say my name, jeff probst. >> between my legs. >> oh, jeff. jeff: and milking it. >> i can milk many farm animals. jeff: and a surprise i didn't see coming. no, you didn't. are you kidding? hello, hello! [ applause ] roll it! all right. a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show 'cause there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. [ applause ] welcome to the show. thank you for the welcome. have a seat. all right. today, two of primetime's funiest leading women, elizabeth perkins. yeah. [ applause ] certainly in the last several years, probably best known as the very assertive celia from showtime's hit show "weeds." she is here. we'll catch up with her later. but first, for nine seasons, nearly a decade, she has entertained us as th
need ♪ >> thank you. rossi. >> why am i being in the book when i am the boss. i am the pit boss. jeff: we're talking about little people. dogs. >> he's the one that never betrayed me. jeff: a violent past. plus, cesar milan. >> it's not the breed. it's the owner. jeff: troubled times for a difference. it's a dog day! hello, hello! roll it! all right. a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show 'cause there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. [ applause ] welcome to the show. thank you for the nice welcome. have a seat. all right. today's guests are heroes in their own right. they've put their lives in danger to save the animals that they love. dog behavior cesar milan will be here later to talk about rescue dogs. but first we have the star of "pit boss." shorty rossi. roll it. >> caesar! over here! jeff: for dogs and dog lovers, shorty rossi is nothing short of a hero. >> we have seven pit bulls. see, look at this. jeff: on animal planet's "pit bos
celebration that we have, i call upon on our coaches for the arab heritage celebration, jeff who's here as well as l u b n a to please come on up and receive and just again, thank you very much for your work in the film festival and l u b n a for the wonderful leader ship that you have and devise that you are giving to he to run a vibrant culture center and i hopey that you are able to get a larger cultural center is because the population is going and i hopey that we are able to get you a larger cultural center and get you the resources that you need to run the cultural and art programs and so on behalf of the city l u b n a and jeff this is our arab heritage month celebration proclimation. (applause). and go giants: enjoy everybody.. >> thank you mr. mayor. (applause). . >> yeah, mayorly thank you very much for the letting us use your house here tonight and letting -- we really appreciate it we know that you ran from the game to get here and so we really appreciate your commitment to our community and we are happy that you are here to celebrate this momentous day with us. we have
in the neighborhood who wants it arrest they say jeff's a nice guy no one in the neighborhood is for this project. the lawyer i hate to increase my bias against lawyers i'm sorry not too many of you are lawyers. this lawyer made a settlement and we'd love to know what that settlement looks like. the lawyer doesn't live there. he was this liquid guy when jeff left the meeting that he was going to sue himself him and now jeff just made a major concessions to the building. obviously it was a legitimate complaint. we not all in the mode to sue everybody. the people who live there up the street they're going to be the ones blocked. this is on open space and that's to the south of the property. there's no light coming from the property at all. the light that hits this property comes from the west and the northwest especially, when the sun appears to move to the north all of that nature light flows in. the concession to the rear is not part of that. this makes is crystal clear to us the lawyers sold us out to the developer. if the developer was willing to do it for the lawyer why not do it for the neig
. please join me in welcoming chris to the stage. >> thank you, jeff and great to see so many people here today. as jeff said i'm a partner at van ness and happy to the the president of the bar association this year. it's great to be here on this particular day with a great group of panelist talking about a very important subject. we are also proud at the bar association to partner with jeff's office to represent indigent clients and very proud of that relationship and committed to it going forward. this summit focused on the an verseey e anniversary of the gideon case. a promise and excitement following the united states supreme court decision has been a road trip marked by stoplight and heavy traffic. it was gideon's mutual trumpet, the new book that talks about the harsh reality of the system where public defenders have to handle thousands of cases in a course of a year. that's a tough reality whether it's 500 or a thousand cases. something that jim had an eye to handle more business litigation could not imagine handling and handling well. that's why this anniversary and events like t
jeff and the san francisco public defenders office for this 10th year of the justice submit summit. thank you and i don't have a prepared speech. i do want to address some of these misconceptions. there is a bail reform and we are part of the reform. we are proud to say that we are part of our regulatory agency with the department of insurance to reestablish the industry. but alongside of that we are not a one size fits all industry. there is a place for the criminal justice system as well as the criminal bail industry. now we have testified along with catherine, our lobbying effort are basically this is what we look like. this is the lobbyist. we are not a high paid, i represent the mom and pop businesses throughout the state of california and certainly although hopefully our assurity companies employ their lobbyist. this is what it looks like. it not the chico's bail bonds. we are mom and pop and the majority of our agencies are owned by women. i'm eye i want to have the opportunity to say what we mean. legislator coming this year is what we are looking at at high cost of bail.
them to do what you do all the time, jeff, you are out there telling people that public defenders matter. [ applause ] >> believe me, it's always a struggle. i see my budget analyst telling me right here. you talk about reaching policy makers and politician and elected officials, how do we reach them? you can be the best lawyer in the world, but if you don't have an investigator and you don't have the resources you are not going to be able to do a competent job. i understand that we can train individual defenders to be better defenders but how do we get those resources? >> how do we get the resources? there is not one answer to this question. i absolutely agree with karen and don that these stories move people and we have to use these stories in books and movies to get legislators who are human beings to recognize that there is a real injustice out there. i think we need to push for more funds and more resources. i think all of that is really important. the piece we bring to it is in the meantime our lawyers represent 300 people a year. the most common call i get from a lawyer,
moved. >> now we are item 10 which is general public comment continued so joshua, jeff and richard. >> thanks for waiting. >> no problem mr. chair. sorry for being premature in the agenda. i am executive director of bright line defense project. we're a nonprofit community advocacy organization worked on policies to promote sustainable communities and one of the things that we do is target job opportunities through programs like the city's hiring program which park and rec is a successful partner in and promote wages and conditions that support and sustain working families and community work force. i have a letter that has the concern i want to kind of raise to the commission. i do want to thank the general manager handed me some information i think is going to be important for us to disseminate and we heard there are more and more concerns about the apprenticeship program with laborer which is successful. we have heard a lot of things and maybe not come to the commission's attention yet and the general manager gave me information and thank you for that and i look forward to lea
's where the rubber hits the road. that's where my third nominee comes in. there is no question jeff's skill and versatility has served the american people very well. i suspect it will continue to serve us well in the future. in the meantime, i am confident that my nominee for o.m.b. director, sylvia matthews burwell is the right person to kin continue jeff's great work. [applause] in the 1990's, when she was what, 19? sylvia served under jack lew as part of o.m.b. later she helped the gates foundation grow into a global force for good, and then she helped the walmart foundation. so sylvia knows her way around a budget. as the granddaughter of greek immigrants, she also understands that our goal when we put together a budget is not just to make the numbers add up. our goal is also to reignite the true engine of economic growth in this country, and that is a strong and growing middle class. to offer ladders of opportunity for anybody willing to climb them. sylvia's mom is here. sylvia luse loves to talk about her parents, growing up in west virginia and the values that they instilled
lorenzo. where we are learning one person has died. let's go live to kron 4's jeff bush who has the latest in this developing story. jeff >> reporter: this happened around 7:00 p.m.. there were three teenage boys. and a 14 year-old was struck and killed by a northbound amtrak train. this is what it looked like. the police in the amtrak officials were on the scene. the reason they were on the tracks is because they were playing chicken. one of them did not get out of the way in time. >> this is very unfortunate. high-school students walk this area to and from what they leave. it is very important for the children to understand that this is dangerous. they need to stay off the railroad tracks and the specially not to play games or take shortcuts, home. >> reporter: we are just near the high school. they cannot confirm that these are high school students but is common for them to use the train tracks as a shortcut. bush, kron 4 news. >> pam: new at 11. police officers in berkeley -- gauging the communities support. or opposition to tasers. kron four's philippe djegal has more on the survey se
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